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  1. We use a bastion host to SSH into the cloud. when running long commands such as tail and things like that, are users are getting D/C'ed after 5min. our team would like to be able to configure the time out to a longer time frame. Can we add a way to configure the time out of a session?
  2. Is it possible to change the colors for a terminal window when using remote session launcher? We just started using the hosts feature in my team, and a lot of our unix team would like to change the color?
  3. Purpose: This post outlines the process you need to follow, to grant someone access to the Remote Session Launcher, without them having the need to know the password. An example could be you have a contractor coming on site, and you want them to connect to machines and perform work, but you do knot want them knowing the password they are using to connect. If you are not familiar with how to set up the Remote Session Launcher, please see this in depth Forum Post - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/community/index.php?/topic/2110-how-to-set-up-the-remote-session-launcher-passwordstate-8/ 1. Under the Passwords tab, add a new Password Record that has an account that has permissions to connect into machines on your network. The following example is an Active Directory account which can connect to any Windows Server or Desktop. **Note, you do not grant the contractor permissions to see or use this Password Record: 2. Under Hosts tab -> Hosts Home, create a new Remote Session Credential, and link it to the existing Password Record you just created: 3. Grant your Contractor access to the remote session Credential you have just created in step 2 above: 4. Under the Hosts tab, grant the user access to the Folder of your choice, which has the machines added into it: 5. The user will now be able to choose a Host of their choice, and click the Auto Launch button. This will use the Remote Session Credential to establish a connection to the remote host, and the contractor will not have access to the password that they have connected in with: Regards, Support Click Studios
  4. Good day! I was recently configuring remote session launcher and was unable to due the Content Security Policy not allowing "psrsl://*" on the 'default-src'. Once I added this to the header it worked as expected. My question is, can you provide a list of default headers that are now included in Passwordstate and should psrsl://* be included by default?
  5. Hi there, I just installed version 8968 and the link for installing the client based launcher is missing from "Host Home". Am I missing something? Is there another way to install the Launcher? Cheers Sebastian
  6. Hello, Please add AnyDesk Remote Session Launcher Command Line syntax: AnyDesk Command Line Interface Or Add Custom App in Connection Type parameter, administrator will be able to add custom Launcher function in PSLauncher.ps1 Best regards, Long time user :-)
  7. Wouldn’t it be more convenient if you could just passthrough the credentials? We now use Apache Guacamole (https://guacamole.apache.org/) as remote desktop gateway, and you can set ${GUAC_USERNAME} and ${GUAC_PASSWORD} in the RDP settings, so the account you are logged in with in the web interface is also used for RDP, without the need for retyping or store it and the risk of going out-of-sync when it’s changed in AD.
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